The FreQ lets Mr Bill loose on his drum & trap-step original, leading to a jerky glitch-garage reworking that somebody like Si Begg might have come up with. Looking forward to the FreQ/T-Power collab being worked on as we speak.
Brilliant label debut from London-based synth-pop duo, Echoes, gets remixed and remodelled by Capracara, James Trystan, Boderline Jack and WLD.
So this is what Roska has been up to, collabing with the NAPT boys Tomek and Ash - with pretty wicked results, too. ‘Roar’ intros with a pretty neat build-up, pivoted around sparse rolling beats and a pressure-cooker siren wail. After the first drop, the hype bashy beats and “Hup” yelps are joined by cowbell — gotta have more cowbell! — and then clanging old hardcore keys. Impossible to genre categorise, ‘Roar’ would make Katy Perry shrivel up behind a bush. ‘Mr Oscar’ is a pared-down percussive feast, part-funky bashy bass and part-clanging deep tech-house. Love ‘em both.
As the Subground sound continues to cross the boundaries between hardstyle and house, this label is very much at the forefront, with Acti delivering a sterling remix of Argy's new single.